GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers expressed disappointment with the effort from some of the Green Bay Packers' younger players during a frustrating period at practice.
It appears that some of the rookie wideouts were the focus of his displeasure.
"It was one of the worst carded sessions we've ever had," Rodgers told reporters. " I don't know how you can make it any simpler. You literally have what the play would be in our terminology on the card. The effort level was very low."
WISCONSIN - Expect to see extra publicity on teen dating violence in the Rhinelander area soon.
The "Dare 2 Know" campaign is targeting local movie theaters, radio ads, and social media.
One in five teens experience abuse in a dating relationship, according to End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, the group organizing the program. The group used input from teens to craft the campaign. "We're making sure that it really is a youth-led and youth-driven effort. We are really just the conduits for a lot of that energy and creativity," said End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin Associate Director Tony Wilkin Gibart
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin says obsessive or controlling behavior, especially using technology or social media, is common in teen dating violence situations.
TOWN OF NEWBOLD - Walking on top of the cap of an old landfill, Jackie Cody could see her dream coming true, almost as clearly as her bright orange disc she tossed around.
"This is a spectacular use, I think, of recycling land," Cody said.
Cody and her husband Pete showed off the specially printed "Rookery Run" disc golf equipment, which will come in handy for a grand opening ceremony this fall, about four years after the duo hatched the idea.
CRANDON - Police still don't have Crandon's Patty Kirker in custody.
She skipped a court appearance last month in Texas. That was after skipping her sentencing hearing in Forest County in May.
Forest County District Attorney Chuck Simono said Monday she's "still in the wind."
Earlier this year, a jury convicted Kirker of helping an inmate sneak narcotics into the Forest County Jail. After the trial, Kirker didn't show up to her sentencing hearing. Police later found her trying to cross the Mexican border at Laredo, Texas.
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